Your Calls Succeeded in Having Richmond Respect its Bike Plan

Help get bike lanes striped on Cutting Blvd Richmond is ready to repave its 2nd highest priority bikeway-Cutting Blvd- and thanks to your calls is looking at the feasibility of including the bikeway called for in Richmond’s brand new Bicycle Plan.

Cutting Blvd provides essential access to Richmond’s shoreline for an important community of Richmond and will be a much safer street for people driving as well as people riding bikes with bike lanes added. EBBC will continue to work with city staff to maximize the design of the bikeway to ensure it is comfortable for all users of the roadway, including bicyclists of all ages and abilities needing to use this important east-west connector.

What you can do: Send an email to City Manager Bill Lindsay and thank him for including a bikeway on Cutting Blvd.

Richmond highest priority bike projects in 2012 Bicycle Master Plan On page 83 of Richmond’s Bicycle Master Plan, Cutting Blvd is called out as one of the City’s four main “hot spots” for bike crashes. While a hot spot does not mean that a block is a risky street or most hazardous for bicyclists, it does mean there are a significant number of bike collisions on the street and that the City needs to take action to ensure the safety of people riding bikes.

Please help by sending a quick email today!

Richmond Bicycle Master Plan

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